Although the first week of predictions didn’t turn out to be 100 percent accurate, you should have a little faith. There is promise in knowing that two of the four predictions almost came true. Total on the year: 0-4.
The Chargers are 0-1. A move to Los Angeles clearly didn’t change the way the Bolts play football. Start slow, but then give fans hope in the final quarter only to disappoint. However, this week will be a different story as Jay Cutler and the Miami Dolphins come to town.
Prediction One: Philip Rivers tosses four TD’s
Let’s be real here, the game is going to come down to Rivers and Cutler. Which one of these two is going to turn the football over less?
He is surrounded by a plethora of talent at wide out, running back and tight end. There is no reason that Rivers shouldn’t tear up a relatively weak secondary.
The Bolts wide receivers are bigger and faster than the majority of the Dolphins defensive backs, and as a group they should have a field day.
Fans should expect Keenan Allen, Antonio Gates, Hunter Henry and the rest of the Chargers’ pass catchers to score, score and score some more.
Prediction Two: Melvin Gordon out runs Jay Ajayi
Did anyone else feel like Melvin Gordon had a better game than his statistics showed?
He had 79 all-purpose yards on 23 touches. Not the greatest day he’s ever had. However, the touchdown catch was a play that brought hope to Bolts fans across the nation.
If anything Gordon is a guy every Chargers fan can get behind, he’s a guy with…
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